London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
HAUTECOEUR, Louis. La Bourgogne. L' Architecture. Paris: Les Editions G. Van Oest, 1929. 3 volumes, 2° (394 x 285mm). Half titles, half tone plates. Original paper boards printed in red and black (rubbed and bumped, upper cover to vol. III loose). Provenance: Lindsay Fleming (library labels).
With 33 other books, most art reference or illustrated books, including The Hamilton Palace Collection. Illustrated Priced Catalogue (London, 1882), William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream (London, 1908, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, trade edition), Catalogue of a Collection of Italian Sculpture and other Plastic Art of the Renaissance ... privately printed for the Burlington Fine Arts Club (London, 1913) and Joseph Destrée's Hugo van der Goes (Brussells, 1914). (36)
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